Virtual reality (VR) is currently one of the most discussed architecture, engineering, and construction topics, and there are already many interesting use cases for architects and design presentation. But how can this technology be used for real construction scenarios? This session is based on a VR scenario for a shopping center designed and constructed by a major German construction company. It will show the power of the VR technology using different design phases, levels of development, and timelines. VR is much more than a playful presentation instrument-it can significantly improve the construction process, and help optimize the work on-site.
- Learn about using VR for construction scenarios
- Learn how to integrate different design phases and LODs in Stingray
- Learn how to display BIM data in VR
- Learn how to integrate advanced topics like timeline and 4D in VR
Michael Goehring works in Central Europe as a technical specialist for the mechanical, electrical, and plumbing industry. His experience in the plant industry, his studies in facility engineering, and his previous work for an Autodesk Reseller enable him to understand customers’ needs. Adoption of improvements and getting the most out of technology has always been the focus of Michael’s professional and personal life.
Lejla is a licensed architect in Germany and currently working as a technical specialist for BIM in Architecture and Construction. Her main focus are Autodesk BIM solutions like Revit, Navisworks and BIM 360 products. Recently, she developed a passion for Dynamo and loves pushing boundaries that traditional software is confronting us with. <br/><br/>Before joining Autodesk, Lejla has worked as a BIM project manager and Revit specialist for Max Boegl, a German construction company well known for its high degree of BIM implementation. <br/><br/>Lejla has studied architecture at the Technical University in Vienna, Austria and has 8 years of working experience in architectural offices in Austria and Germany.